You might have thought that megamansions sporting cheesy decor were specific to the U.S., but unfortunately, it seems that these larger-than-life homes are spreading across the globe. According to a YouTube video by real estate enthusiast Enes Yilmazer, this style amongst the supremely rich has made its way to Paris.
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Within the seven-story, $95 million Tresor Cache mansion, you will find five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, four half-baths, an underground pool, a spa, a movie theater, and even a nightclub. Sadly, the decor within these spaces leaves us with quite a few questions.
Let's start with the office, where, despite appearances, you won't find a single real book on the "shelves." Instead, the bookshelf facade hides a television and a secret passageway that leads to a hallway.
Next up, we have the nightclub, which includes strange geometric lighting, abstract orange artwork projected on the wall, and purple spotlights. We'll give you a moment — it's a lot to take in.
Throughout the home, no matter what the decor scheme, you will find that a majority of the artwork looks as though it was ripped out of the pages of Vogue.
Confirming our suspicions, there is a piece hung on a wall within the grand stairwell that utilizes bodies to spell out "Vogue."
Of course, you can't have a megamansion without elaborate, contrasting wallpaper and lighting that lines your stairs.
In the kitchen, along with a large rotisserie that looks as though it has never been used, you will find a special fridge-like device that stores fresh herbs in small pots. Since there isn't a lot of natural sunlight in this room — and despite the fact that there are plenty of sunlight-drenched spaces in the mansion — the plants are lit with a pink hue.
I guess when you have enough money to afford a megamansion, you can truly stuff all your dream decor ideas into one home.